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The Almighty Buck Apple Hardware

Apple-1 Sells For $671,400, Breaks Previous Auction Record 79

Posted by Soulskill
from the built-to-last dept.
hypnosec writes "What is believed to be one of the six working Apple-1 computers has fetched a whopping $671,400 for its current owner at an auction in Germany. The Apple-1 was built by Steve Wozniak back in 1976 in the garage of Steve Jobs' parents. The model sold at auction is either from the first lot of 50 systems ordered by Paul Terrell, owner of the Byte Shop chain of stores, or part of the next lot of 150 systems the duo built to sell to friends and vendors. The retail price for the Apple-1 at the time was $666.66."
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Apple-1 Sells For $671,400, Breaks Previous Auction Record

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